Robert S. Hunter. Trial Handbook for Illinois Lawyers, Criminal. Eighth Edition. Thomson West, 2002. 2 volumes hardcover. As new. Special $50. * Trial Handbook for Illinois Lawyers - Criminal helps you master the details of criminal practice and evaluate potential complications before they occur at trial. This set provides guidance for every stage of a criminal trial; Extensive references and annotations to statutes and Illinois caselaw; An itemized table of contents and a fact word index; Clear and concise discussions of critical procedural and substantive aspects of practicing trial law; Analysis of recent trial caselaw, rules, and statutes. Topics covered include: Pretrial proceedings; Motions during trial; Continuances; The rights of the accused; Right to counsel and pro se defense; Defenses; Alibis; Entrapment; Insanity and mental illness; Juries; Opening statements; Burden of proof; Proof of facts; Use of stipulations; Witnesses; Compelling production of documents; Evidence; Direct examination of witnesses; Cross-examining; Redirect and recross-examination; Attorney-client privilege; Medical testimony; Confessions and admissions; Miranda warnings; Mistrial; The verdict and judgment.
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